The only board he’ll need—or want—for a while.
You might want to get the Burton Kids' Custom Smalls V-Rocker Snowboard a little on the large size for your budding rider, because he will outgrow its length long before he has exhausted its possibilities. The playful, catch-free V-Rocker camber, which makes it so easy to get the hang of those first turns, is also a blast when he gets to the park. The Custom Smalls’ twin flex, twin shape, and centered stance gives him the balance and mobility to nail riding switch.
- Pro-Tip tapered tip and tail reduces swing weight, making those 360 spins a lot easier
- Frostbite Edges just under the bindings enhance power and grip for extra confidence in changeable conditions or less-than-ideal surfaces
- Grip and Rip tune gets him set to shred the entire mountain
- Includes the Go Snowboarding package, which includes a Learn To Ride lesson and a lift ticket at select resorts
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Hi, I am 5'3 weight about 152lbs. I got...
Hi, I am 5'3 weight about 152lbs. I got the 145 wide for kids as a gift. Will this effect my way of snowboarding? Knowing that the recommended weight is 130.
A little bit, the board will not flex how it was intended to given the 22lb overage.
I have this board in the 2009 version and...
I have this board in the 2009 version and i just bought a pair of mission bindings with the m6 transition kit... which the seller told me was the right kind but i the screws arent long enough and it barely fits...??? what should i do
Hey there, if the binding plate disc matches the hole pattern then you are half way there... you can buy longer M6x1.0 screws at your local hardware store... or hit up the seller and complain!
I would call Burton Dealer service and they will be happy to assist you and get you going on the right parts package for you.
Burton Dealer Service 1-800-367-2951
They should be able to help
Hey I was looking to get this or the Burton...
Hey I was looking to get this or the Burton hero smalls, or th k2 vanda which is better thanks
This is a great board for the kid who is too good for a small youth board and is ready for a real board. It is made like the custom but just smaller.
i am 5'3 & i weight-in 135lbs. is this...
i am 5'3 & i weight-in 135lbs. is this appropriate if i take the 145 wide?
I don't think you need the wide but it will work for sure.
ther is no way i'll break the board if i butter?
cuz i was looking at the "recommended Rider weight" & it just got me concerned thats why
A couple more questions, you stated DONT...
A couple more questions, you stated DONT get the kids board, is the 145cm wide a kids board?
Also my k2 CTX cinch binding are a large but fits my 8.5sz boots as i adjusted it perfectly. Will the large k2 ctx binding fit on this 145cm board?
If it does im going to pull the trigger, i appreciate the help
It will fit for sure. Don't worry about them being too bit. I know a lot of kids that are size 9 in mens and run around that size of board. Run IT!!!
Im 5'5" 130-135lbs, sz8.5 boots K2 CTX...
Im 5'5" 130-135lbs, sz8.5 boots K2 CTX CINCH bindings med-large, a 152cm goes to my nose and it feels like its too long for my preference.
Im a beginner/intermediate
Will the Small V-rocker board 145cm wide work for me?
The price difference from adult to kids is pretty high, any help is appreciated, thanks
Yes the 145 will work for you, Don't get the kids board. It is made for a kid, the weight rand of the 145 will be perfect for you. I'm 6' and can easily run a 152. That is way too big for you. You will be stoked on the easy-V it is nice and forgiving.
Hmm not sure what size board I need. I'm...
Hmm not sure what size board I need. I'm 5'3 and I weight 103 pounds. Some charts say I need a 133 and then others say a 140. I'm a rookie so I'm thinking smaller is better, but do you buy a board based on your height or weight?
Weight for sure. the 131 is the board for you. The 131 is for a rider who weighs 65 - 120 lbs. The 140 is 70 - 130 lbs. Either will work just fine.
I love this board soooo flexible. It rocks i love the v-rocker and the design and the reverse camber. Totally worth it you should buy it. Affordable and SICK!!
how is it with rails??
cuz that would be...
how is it with rails??
cuz that would be a necessity for me
how are you on rails? The custom smalls V is up for the challenge, are you? This board kills it, it is the custom but smaller just for you.
i love this board!
My son is only 12, although he needs a 140...
My son is only 12, although he needs a 140 board his feet are adult size men's 8 will putting bindings on this board to accomodat ethose boots work?
How tall is he? How much does he weigh? Are you sure a 140 is what he needs? If he is 80 lbs or more, a 145 may work. And if he can go up to a 145, he could get a wide board- which would certainly work best.
I am not 100% sure, but I think that an adult small binding would fit on a 140. A medium MAY also work...depending on how the angles are set.
The board will fit any bindings you need to put on there. If you son is a size 8 in men's then I think you may want to get the 145, it all depends on his weight though. If you put a mens medium or small on this board it will work just fine, don't worry about it all.
Is there a certain style of binding that...
Is there a certain style of binding that I need to use with this board?
Nope, any binding will work, you may have to get a disk that will work the the 3-D mounting system.
Custom v-rocker smalls
I just got the 145 wide for my birthday and i have been playin around on it. it is sooo popy t is not even funny. It could be a 1 or 2 instead of a 3 on the flex chart. And the top sheet scratched easily but other then that great board so far. I will tell you how it is on snow when i get a chance to go shred. It is good to have a pair of burton freestyle bindings with this board. And morrow boots are preaty good with it.
I'm 5'2", 110 lbs, size 9 boot, but only...
I'm 5'2", 110 lbs, size 9 boot, but only 12 yrs old so will probably grow over next couple years. Been riding about 3 years. Is the 145W big enough so I can get a couple of years out of it?
Just because of your weight and height, I'd say you could ride this board a at least 2 years. Depending on how hard you ride. But it should hold up if you take care of it. It is a solid board, really fun. This is a great board for you.
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